Guest: Health Coverage — Protecting your personal investment: a note to graduates
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Guest: Health Coverage — Protecting your personal investment: a note to graduates

The importance of health insurance coverage for new graduates The two of us are among dozens of commencement speakers at California’s colleges and universities this year who are raising…

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Humor: The surprising true story of how I found love with a traffic cone
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Humor: The surprising true story of how I found love with a traffic cone

Why do they let me write this stuff? The traffic cone. We pass them every day without a second thought. Maybe it’s time for a change. It was…

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Humor: People keep telling me I have “it,” and by “it,” they mean HPV.
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Humor: People keep telling me I have “it,” and by “it,” they mean HPV.

And by people I mean doctors. It all started when I walked into the room. Everyone in it was blown away — I could see it on their…

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For millions of covered women, the hijab isn’t a tool for oppression
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For millions of covered women, the hijab isn’t a tool for oppression

While some women are forced to cover, there are millions who choose to do so, and it’s important to know why In an era that saw the Free…

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Cartoon: Studying for Finals
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Cartoon: Studying for Finals

By: Diana Olivares — deolivares@ucdavis.edu Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong to the cartoonists alone and do not necessarily indicate the views and opinions…

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Humor: Student spaces out in lecture for all four years, graduates with mostly Bs
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Humor: Student spaces out in lecture for all four years, graduates with mostly Bs

Davis student grants insight into new condition affecting many recent grads Here at The California Aggie, we’ve covered some intense graduation stories. We thought we’d seen it all…

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Why Tinder can be emotionally damaging for women
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Why Tinder can be emotionally damaging for women

The dating app can further exploit the double bind that women experience related to sex Tinder has long been considered a legitimate dating forum in the online world.…

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From the California Chronicles
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From the California Chronicles

We both knew that it would be a while before we saw each other again… Time passed and we continued to see each other. I think I liked…

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Humor: Squirrel burying acorn pauses momentarily to shed one tear for departing grad
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Humor: Squirrel burying acorn pauses momentarily to shed one tear for departing grad

Unnamed squirrel feels touched while observing student taking grad photos This squirrel overheard the sound of your giggles as you posed in your white dress and wedges —…

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What the Russians can teach us
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What the Russians can teach us

How looking past vodka and politics opens a whole new world What can the Russians teach us? I asked this question as I packed my bags, preparing to…

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Cartoon: Globalize #MeToo
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Cartoon: Globalize #MeToo

By: Sedona Patterson-Smith — snpattersonsmith@ucdavis.edu Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong to the cartoonists alone and do not necessarily indicate the views and opinions…

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The subtle yet sharp politics of “Twin Peaks: The Return”
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The subtle yet sharp politics of “Twin Peaks: The Return”

The gum you like is NOT coming back in style (the gum is America) It’s been a year since the revolutionary third season of “Twin Peaks” began its…

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Cartoon: This is War
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Cartoon: This is War

By: Ariel Hilomen — abhilomen@ucdavis.edu   Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by individual cartoonists belong to the cartoonists alone and do not necessarily indicate the views and…

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Humor: One bold cow to run for ASUCD president
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Humor: One bold cow to run for ASUCD president

The leader we deserve steps up to the plate In the current political climate, many people are standing up for what they believe in and kicking down the…

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Behind Backstage: Concert production, women and mops
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Behind Backstage: Concert production, women and mops

A look at the obstacles women face when attempting to break into concert industry There’s something magical in attending a concert; working one, however, brings you back to…

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